Tennessee State Route 386

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State Route 386 marker

State Route 386
Route information
Maintained by TDOT
Length: 17.3 mi (27.8 km)
Major junctions
South end: I-65 in Nashville
North end: US 31E / SR 25 / SR 174 in Gallatin
Counties: Davidson, Sumner
Highway system
SR 385 SR 387

State Route 386 (SR 386) is a four-lane controlled-access freeway located in the counties of Davidson and Sumner in Tennessee. It is known as Vietnam Veterans Boulevard. It serves as a bypass for U.S. Highway 31E (US 31E) from Nashville to Hendersonville and Gallatin. There is no direct access from the southbound lanes of SR 386 to I-65 northbound; signage at the Conference Drive exit provides a route to access I-65 northbound.

It carries a 70-mile-per-hour (115 km/h) speed limit in Davidson County, and 65 mph (105 km/h) speed limit in Sumner County. The route terminated at exit 9 until 2007, when it was extended to Gallatin.

Exit list[edit]

County Location mi km Exit Destinations Notes
Davidson Nashville I-65 – Nashville, Louisville No direct entry to I-65 Southbound. Southern terminus is accessible via I-65 North only
1 Conference Drive Two southbound ramps
2 Center Point Road
Sumner Hendersonville 3 US 31E – Hendersonville
6 SR 258 (New Shackle Island Road) – White House, Hendersonville
7 Indian Lake Boulevard, Drakes Creek Road
8 Saundersville Road
9 US 31E – Gallatin Northbound access only
12 Big Station Camp Boulevard
14 Green Lea Boulevard
Gallatin SR 174 (Long Hollow Pike) – Goodlettsville Southern end of SR 147 concurrency; at-grade intersection with traffic signal; end of divided highway)
SR 109 – Portland, Gallatin, Lebanon At-grade intersection with traffic signal (with a diamond interchange)
SR 25 – Springfield Southern end of SR 25 concurrency
US 31E / SR 25 / SR 174
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi